Day 3 of E3. Nintendo evidently garnered a buttload of sales for Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros (both for Wii U), and after checking them out, they did look like quite a bit of fun.
Evolve, World of Tanks (and World of Warships, and World of Warplanes), Forza, and quite a few other titles had a pretty good bit of attention as well. Oculus Rift as usual had a massive line, while others didn't look quite as nutty as previous years. Konami's Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain actually looked very good for an open world game, plus sundry other titles.
Pro vs. GI Joe was also an unexpected at E3-- literally a phyiscal fitness course instead of video games. Pretty cool, and a nice compliment to the awful barbecue being served outside...
Unfortunately I missed War Thunder and Elite: Dangerous. Walked right by, didn't look look overly impressed by either-- although some gameplay might fix that? Somehow missed EVE: Valkyrie as well, although it was probably just hidden by the long line at the Oculus booth. And while World of Warplanes looked much like World of Tanks (e.g. fun!), it looked to remain faithful to the massively online experience as opposed being a realistic simulation.
Not a bad E3 this year but it felt a lot lower-key than last year's or 2012's E3 Expos.